A day following Ivana Trump’s dying, the New York Lawyer General’s business office introduced Friday it has agreed to delay long-sought depositions with her ex-spouse Donald Trump and two of her kids, Donald Trump Jr. and Ivanka Trump.

The 73-12 months-aged 1st wife of previous President Trump and mother of three of his young children was found dead in her New York City apartment Thursday, according to the New York Police Division. A spokesperson for New York Legal professional Common Letitia James explained in a statement to media Friday that “in gentle of the passing of Ivana Trump yesterday” lawyers for the Trumps requested a hold off for their court docket-purchased interviews in James’ sweeping civil fraud probe.

“This is a short-term hold off and the depositions will be rescheduled as shortly as probable. There is no other information about dates or normally to provide at this time,” stated Delaney Kempner, the spokesperson. “We offer our condolences to the Trump household.”

An attorney for Trump verified that the request was made.

James’ business has sought the depositions for far more than half a calendar year as the Trumps struggle in opposition to their subpoenas built its way via a trio of New York courts. The subpoenas, despatched in December, sought “testimony and documents in link with an investigation into the valuation of qualities owned or managed by Donald J. Trump or the Trump Firm, or any make any difference which the Legal professional General deems pertinent.”

Ultimately, the state’s best court docket upheld a lower court’s order mandating the Trumps sit for depositions. 

Trump and his lawyers have continuously accused James of pursuing the investigation in opposition to him as a political ploy. A panel of New York judges concluded in May that the investigation started properly following March 2019 congressional testimony by previous Trump Corporation lawyer Michael Cohen raised thoughts about potentially “fraudulent fiscal statements.”

Attorneys for James’ office environment have indicated throughout a number of latest hearings that the investigation is nearing its conclusion, and that it could guide to an “enforcement action in the near long run.” They have not elaborated on what enforcement could be.